Charles Inslee

Charles E. Inslee (1870 – September 1922) was an American actor. He appeared in 127 films between 1908 and 1921.

Charles Inslee
Inslee in 1914
OccupationFilm actor
Years active1908–1921
Spouse(s)Belle Stokes (1893 - ?)


Born in New York City,[1] Inslee was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Inslee of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.[2]

Inslee debuted on stage in 1892 as an understudy in Boston in the Grand Opera House Company's production of Rosedale.[2] He first acted in films in 1908, and found work with the Edison, Biograph, Bison and Kalem studios.[1]

In 1893, Inslee married actress Belle Stokes while the two were performing with the Grand Opera House Company.[2]

Inslee died in September 1922.

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Title Role Other Players Filmed in/Notes
1908 Skinner's Finish
The Bandit's Waterloo
After Many Years
The Greaser's Gauntlet Bill Gates
The Man and the Woman
For Love of Gold
For a Wife's Honor Irving Robertson
The Girl and the Outlaw
A Calamitous Elopement
Behind the Scenes a manager
The Red Girl
The Adventures of Dollie a gypsy
Where the Breakers Roar
The Stolen Jewels
The Zulu's Heart
Father Gets in the Game
The Vaquero's Vow
The Planter's Wife
The Pirate's Gold
The Guerrilla
The Feud and the Turkey
The Test of Friendship
The Christmas Burglars
Mr. Jones at the Ball
The Helping Hand
1909 One Touch of Nature
Love Finds a Way
The Golden Louis
The Criminal Hypnotist
The Fascinating Mrs. Francis
Mr. Jones Has a Card Party
The Welcome Burglar
The Cord of Life
The Girls and Daddy
The Brahma Diamond
A Wreath in Time
Tragic Love
1913 Mabel's Dramatic Career Film Director
When Dreams Come True
A Quiet Little Wedding
The Riot
1914 Making a Living Newspaper Editor
1915 Work Izzy A. Wake, a painter
A Woman The Father
The Bank President of the bank
A Night in the Show Tuba Player
1919 He Leads, Others Follow
Pay Your Dues
His Only Father
1921 The Man Who Woke Up


  1. ^ a b "Staff Directory". Essanay Studios. Archived from the original on 11 February 2015. Retrieved 7 March 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Complete Surprise". Boston Post. November 30, 1893. p. 1. Retrieved April 19, 2021 – via

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